Homecoming, the solo exhibition by Pucuk Cemara at Richard Koh Fine Art Singapore

Blk 47 Malan Road, #01-26

Gillman Barracks, Singapore 109444 www.rkfineart.com


Pucuk Cemara


7 – 28 October 2023

Opening Reception: 7 October (Saturday), 4 – 7pm

Richard Koh Fine Art Singapore

Richard Koh Fine Art (RKFA) is delighted to announce the solo exhibition, “Homecoming,” featuring the works of the talented and introspective artist, Pucuk Cemara. The exhibition is scheduled to be showcased from 7 to 28 October 2023 at our Singapore gallery located at 47 Malan Road, #01-26 Gillman Barracks, Singapore 109444.

In this series of works, Cemara’s artistic exploration delves deeply into the intricacies of identity and the profound impact of individual experiences. The exhibition offers an evocative journey into the artist’s personal psyche, inviting viewers to contemplate the solitary nature of human existence and the solace found in shared cultural experiences.

“Homecoming” serves as a poignant return to the artist’s Indonesian roots, as Cemara navigates the complex emotions tied to cultural heritage. Through a collection of thought-provoking artworks, the exhibition encourages viewers to engage with themes of memory, departure, and the universal quest for understanding and belonging.

Cemara’s unique perspective on identity is eloquently portrayed through each artwork, inviting viewers to explore the nuances of their own journeys and relationships with their cultural origins. With a masterful blend of acrylic and pen ink, the artist’s creations stand as a testament to their ability to evoke powerful emotions and connect on a profoundly personal level.

“Homecoming” invites contemplation of the intricate layers of identity, the significance of cultural ties, and the universal longing for connection.

About Pucuk Cemara; (b.2000, Bali, Indonesia) is a Balinese-Javanese Indonesian-born artist and digital illustrator based in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.

Pucuk’s works explore the intricacies of labels, identity and sense of self while taking notes of cultural roots, traditions and its antithesis. The illustrative narrative of their works are often depicted through the use of mythology, animals, figures and body horror in various painting

mediums, previously showcased at LASALLE College of the Arts and ArtSG 2023 with Richard Koh Fine Art, among other events.

For further information about the exhibition, please do not hesitate to contact info@rkfineart.com

All images are subjected to copyright.

For more information, please contact:

TQPR Thailand

Tom Van Blarcom or Nuie Titichayapon

Tel: 0 2260 5820 Email: tom@tqpr.com | nuie@tqpr.com


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